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involuntary

Physiol (esp of a movement or muscle) performed or acting without conscious control
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They're basically there involuntarily and why this can help certain people is because it keeps them in the hospital longer and helps them to get treated longer," Dr.
Some years ago only those allegedly involved in anti state activities were found to have disappeared involuntarily mostly in Balochistan and FATA, he said.
Under DOT rules, passengers are eligible for compensation when they are involuntarily bumped from an oversold flight, the amount of which varies based on several factors including the planned arrival time of the substitute transportation arranged (or offered to be arranged).
Department of Education entitled, "Teacher Attrition and Mobility: Results from the 2012-13 Teacher Follow-up Survey First Look" states in their selected findings that "About 30% of public school teacher movers changed schools involuntarily in 2012-2013" and "About 10% of public school teacher leavers left teaching involuntarily in 2012-13" (Goldring et al.
said the Philippines is a signatory to the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, which means the country is committed to provide relief to persons involuntarily displaced from their homelands.
Shamir (1986) found that Israeli individuals who were involuntarily unemployed had lower self-esteem.
In Ireland, under the Mental Health Act 2001, you may be involuntarily admitted and detained in an approved psychiatric centre if you are suffering from a mental disorder.
However, sometimes an airline will overbook a flight, and government travelers, through no fault of their own, are involuntarily bumped from the plane.
These views motivate an exploration into the multiple reasons why a company may choose to voluntarily delist its stock from an exchange or be forced to delist involuntarily if it fails to meet listing requirements.
Almost instantaneously, Stocco, who wore noise-canceling earbuds and wasn't looking at a computer screen, involuntarily moved his right index finger to push the space bar on the keyboard in front of him, as if firing the cannon.
4%) were involuntarily admitted with the approval of a family member, 510 (6.
In the event a customer must involuntarily extend their vacation due to a controllable event, JetBlue Getaways will book the additional nights at the same hotel if available, or another hotel if the original is not available.